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WUKAili, TflURHUAT, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
TOMKINS TOLD TO
,-s-see-aswsee-Jsiws m v a aT 1 I 1 1 I I f A Lftftsllaf aft i 1 ss eft aft
Judoino the Gowns at the Horse Show I! M & .JJsJ U- RIDERS
PLAN AT ONCE FOR i
- & " j -
AT HORSE SHOW
Big Crowd Turns Out to Sea
Military Men Compete for
Challenge Cup. j
Board of Estimate Takes
Action to Provide for
Bigger Ships in River.
MAY RUN TO 2,000 PBET.I
Anny Officer Makes Sugge
tion fur Monster Docks
in Upper Hudson.
The rlty will builil uno-foot 1era.
Borough I'realdent Mil hel. ivhn nre
aided at llM meeting tt th Hoard of
Ksttmate to-day Inl.l I look Commissioner
Tomklne I hit he agne'l with Mnvor
llaynnr t'"i! tha n.-w j.lera IhOtlM IN at
leat I.JCO feet
At the hearing bafora tlM Board tu
nny on th" proposed Weal Ship terminal
pevrtofrmtnt an I the tli-juantwl-' MM ptel
. i.-i.r-, 'II I,1'; TflP im. mi . oi n" ,
anl larg.r piers l!ppn K.nly-thlixl
nnd Klftv-nxili alieetg Deek CommlS-elon.-r
TomklM urgr.l tlMI both pro
position bp ronelderad SB a unit. It
would he unwlM nt an 1 tu niakp "two
biles out of 1 1 . proo'.Pio."
"The eiit'n- Went Hide terminal dp.
velopmeni. " Mid Mr. To;nkiii, "BhOllld
be BonstdereiJ in eonniMtlon with thd
coaftruotlon or plera ami docks through.
out thf oVstrld from illttlMb street
Boute Tin ronStflMtlon of new piers
In this Motion la JepenuVm upon the or
ganization of tnnrjrlmil upland fgCtMteas,
"Ths ain lmcnm for and ag.tlnst In
hore en. .ivatlng and i-imstrnctlon he
taeen Foriy-thlrd and Klfty-nlnth
streets, thp enormous axpeiiae thereby
Involved iiml the lennlh of lima ni i'K
esry should he carefully w.-igiu-d and
the aititu if of ti p federal Ooverntnent
ioa.ii i I kill and other poaalbla plana
rhnuid ba aerertaloed and catlmatai
carefully chaNttJ bafOTa thp city Shall
beeotne committed to a policy.
EXPECTS THE SECRETARY OF
WAR TO CO-OPERATE.
if thp Board of atotttngte shall at
00a authorise tha I ook I icpartment to
propped with roniprehenrh . plans and
til KVderal uuthoiltlfs arp thus ua-inil
of the good faith of the city, It la n-u-aonablv
certain lint tne Secretary of
War will o-operte In every way to
promote the e4tya effort! for relief.
This, too. pouKI havp been see ire.! with
much smaller Immediate igpendltura
than thai IgvilVgd In wat'U front . .1
yatlon and an-titsllion show l-ort. -thlnl
The nily's ooinnieix-e tsMtlngej to t
t!ii't,"ni J, tie added, because of a deed
loi-k In tha Hoard MCaihWiad )y an ail
Vt-rw report of the Ibmrd'a 'l'ermln 1
Ooniniittc. This rppoi ; i nmendad
that the only railroad tra.K rPai'liing
MiWnaltan from tha .-.pat ahould ba dlf
un lad .it Vblrllath itrcol and lhal
Irayaie, lift!.teruK- and car tie. t da-
:urii. to Iuwpi Manhattan ahall
tSp u ha 1 1 lifted. Tha M m la bppoeed
T nisi of the Bock BopartBMnt
tital diracl rail aarvioa aiuu the
Vea: arda of Manhattan hell ie con
itDoue that la from thp Buttery to S!x
Ip'b atrpit. The t'omailfalonpr added
tna; arhatavar inu- hp tha merits of the
rival plana it la Imperative that tbadla
jftit.- "rpgardifiit ;'iia fiindantenta! prln
c.i1-- ahull be decided arltbatit hiather
f'ommtealonrr romkini .i ldd thnt ln
t i i of I,aefe0i piera Ibi ity ona"hl
ai'toall) to provide for decbd i - to
i. hm feai n length, lie p In ted out thai
iy ataiting ttu' near plera at Thiny
'ngtith atnpi inatead of rVrty-third
iruch eap-'nau could hp a.ived In the
way of rock ex -uu-m. ll- alio lndt
bated that the i-xi.-iiiing of the chalaaa
ajera could proceed whiii- tiip nav plera
at re building.
MITCHEL AND TOMKINS CLASH
OVER N. Y. CENTRAL.
i' Mmlealouer T1 11 ' awmaad the ire
of I'rpiiidput Mlttliel by aayina aith
raferanoa to Ihe lttar'a oomnilttaa'i
plan 'your plan will reaull In making
the proi3eed w.at s.-ic elevated road ot
euOway a purely New Voik Central line
liiafpad of u -Itv pnlpi p. lap."
-Mr. Tuenklnai" retorted htr, UltchaL
"you may depend upon It tliut th nmd
will never Iji-rorne ekaluatvely i New
"York Central anterpfiee, no mutte. what
for.Ti the ipr aolutlon will aaaunip."
romnilasloner Toinkina procpedi-d with
bl argunipnt. suylnw thai Hip Board of
Katlmute ghouid at once decide how it la
gninir to dlapoaa of the New Vorh Can
tpil truck problem along the maraTlaal
eray; otheralaa any pi-m would be pie -MMC
"'p exipct to have i dettnlla plan
and etreemeirl with the New Vorh nen
tiui by Jan. i." anid Preeldenl Mltohel,
"J agree with thp Mayoi lhat when we
j build plfra that they he at leaat 1,201
fi-et lung, und the board, I believe, will
uureo with me on tha.t a- oi. That may
be hi ceptPd ai a aurety. Now, Mr.
Tomkina, In the preparation of your
plan-i for the development of the aecilon
between Forty-third atreot and l'lfty-i-lxth
atreat, kindly puah the work an
thnt we aii have action, and liaae yuiir
PHUM on the LJH or more tool plra "
i in." won accepted an aaauiance that
lite tiourd waii of a mind that plera lo;ig-
er thun i.iwo fet win he demanded by
thp board w-hen final action la reachpd.
SUGGESTS 2,000-FOOT PIER8 IN
Col. William I. Black, tl. S. A., and a
aiiecnkar of the Federal Harbor Una
H.mr.1. Intereeted the Mayor and the
niem-bers of the board with a brand
new atiggoatlon in the way of pier re
lief. He pointed out that the city
might, with rraat adventure, utilize the
atretch of bulkhead now building along
Itlveralde Drive from Reventy-Be'n!
to one Hundred and Elsttith atreeta for
the accommodation of even :',0O0-foot
em-la. With little expenae. and work
ing out the plana In conjunction with
Hie onea already under way at that
point, Col. Bleok eald that four 2,000
foot longitudinal plera, which would la
i, iwauaaaaar'a it traaa . r. atv v v. a w n at w ; -.w.t it v," kbl.' bbbbbbi e
AliAP iai n-v r r-r-t- IX ) e) ettatHtM .", .J J'mi?U
HI III IV. I Ml I I III II iX Y1VA MlW(el
I III I IU X kaT F P I I I .VIM' , II VWJ dB I
UAU5t5 PANIC AN!!U Blue Ribbon Show Gowns Lll T,, ,TI..,.J
WOlVlEN laflliPPEllS n'tprnatlonul contpat of thirty- I 1',;u';iaP,neK,urn.nnd.-d with ream BaarV' I X
Nnall Boys Sljuui in (jlee ;is
"Deautiful loi7' Loses
Slipper in night.
A wee ,: 1 mouse, hardly out of Ita
Infancy. Itlddenly .-ippi-arcil on the Mil-- j
ilk to-day on crowded Vt'egtcheater j
avenue In front of baumann'a inoa
atoip at No. ,:a. The brohd thorough
fare wai full of wdmati itto'ppere
II waa a uupation who whk acared j
moat, thp lu.ilpa or the utile mouae, i
Mouile alg-aagged acroea the atdaaalkl
In frimtl- effort! to find a hop. Ilia
every torn waa followed by ahrlll, ter
rified arreama of the wouipii. who tvt-n
dropped their bundle In I hair haate.
one woman ralaed bar "Kirta and made
a dylnjf ici-p. landing op tin- running
i oard of a p iei ing automobile and thu
made har eacapi Otkera were not ao
agile or tortunate. They had to kapp
on running until oat of me MMte of dan
ger in laaa much tree- time than it
takea to write it, there whh not a
woman In ig;n. The email io- took
bar place In grp. it numhera. Here waa
a aport with gome olaaal They formed
a hollow BQUere and ncoiiraged the
mouae in hie every nub- egjavement.
Poor little moaale .lashed from aide to
top, iiii terrified aqueallng Bounding
ahnve tin- delighted ehouta of young
Hoi ihe bli " rue waa to came,
alouele lu i ti i Hottoiiiaea, laic beady
iM Naming with tarror, hp crouched
back agn i -I .h ( window. Then
ib.- door opaaed and utterly nmun
icloui of tip eaottemeal arlthbul her
mind evldentli intent on Hi braj i new
Krench IippI Ilea that adorned her
ihapely feet, oat oante a "Baby Don.'
Thp mpotliig between the young woman
and mouale was accurately timed, Moth
Kazed throbblnglv Into t u Ii othnrja
ayea at the payehologlcal moment. tii.-h
both tied, and In the Mkgta direction.
Young America bei ime dallrioui with
the vary Joj o: iiina. Baby foil ami
Mouale were acolalmad.
"Baby Doll" loel aae of hr ihoaa.
Bapoaad 10 the Winter air waa a dainty,
Uk'olad foot and aakla Wild cheera
rent the air. with appealing tyea,
"Bgby Doll'.1 at nod on one foot, Hut
mouak- became maaiar of thp situation.
There Wag a friendly refuge from the
world algdy'a ellpperl la g fiaaih bo
waa In It and hidden.
Then Patrolman IVIIHah Murphy of
the Tri-mont avenue atation forced all 1
wuy Into thp crowd and Faenued "Baby
Doll" fliat, then mouale, Mouale waa
llOWed to eacapp and "Baby Ooll" ac-
eaptad her lllppar after it was proved I
that tin re waa BOthlBg In It.
j turn be protected by "apur" plera. couid
he built and baetna in aildlllun fUT
nlaheil for ahipa.
j The atretch along Klveralde wal'-r
front la 11,8(10 feet, with ample water
' depth for the borthlng of Hiiy of the
larger ghlpa. Ontleta to tha plera could
be eatabltahed at Hovanty-eecoiul, Seventy-ninth
and Nino- Mixta atrec-ta, he
added. He atutcd that the plun ue aug-
grated by hltn waa altamuUve, but
that It waa "Juat a ohance" for oontem
Mayor Humor thanked Col, Black for
i hla aug-giMInn and In adjourning the
, proceedings until Wedneeday neat aaU
' that the subject on the whole waa one
of greatest Importance to the city and
j that It waa vital to the commerce of
the port and the future of he city that
1 aome definite plan ba evolved at onoe,
Expert Judging of
Blue Ribbon Show Gowns
By Mile. Lodewtck.
t:.. international contest of thit ty-
flvp horses over the broad water
jump broUghl every box holder to the
llnre Show hint night.
Mrs. B, N. HreltunK OCCUptCd box
No. tl with a couple of friends. She
leoked moat attractive In a stiver and
white and black brocade gown made
on princess lines, trimmed Blgrplp
With a airing of rtllneetonef to out
line the pointed neck. In Ihe front
the two ablea cro?ed over soft folds
of white chiffon. A black velvet
rOUhd her throat, from wall h spark
led diamond lavallaroi was pan of
lmr effective attire. She wore large
picture hat of black velvet with a
lull' haw posial in trout and when
ahp prombnadid wrap of iiU'-k vci-
Vai with ahlt- collar and Caiffi of
white fur enveloped her.
A smart young woman with light
hair, In her box wore u p'ctui es.pie
hat of black vplvet with a aoft crown
surrounded with a crush of silver
g i ire. w hile lu the front rested a
largo pink rose, holding a weep'ng
pink aatrli k feather, fnder the edi;
of the brim fell a straight band ot
cream laaa. Har gown carried out
the Pink und blue color Bahama. The
lower portion of the blouse wus of
blue brocade, above which showed a
Caep yoke of pink chiffon overlaid
with white, A short tunic of lace
overlapliig the h ps waa edged with
tiny pink roses while a crush of pink
sat -a girdled It.
The other distinctive gown !n this
box was of rose crepe de meteor
draped across the bust, forming a
deep square yoke. Small kimono
Bleevea had long uadarOUtxa of silver
l.i a. Tiie skirt rttis draped from the
left s'de of the back, but no one could
till Where It ended. A few silver
i were laid at Ihe aide of the roee
In the box hi sldp Mrs. BreltUUg
was u very able llitpvperBon dreaaed
ail in black valval irlmmad with sabie
fur. Her trim toque, aeltlng close to
her bead, hud two untendlug ear ef
fects In the front.
THE PARTY IN MR. DOREMUS'9
In the box ocoupled by Cornellua
Doremua waa a party of attraoltvely
gowmsj Women, The genprHl color
Magma waa blue, In slightly different
ahadea. One gown which wan partic
ularly distinctive was of wh'te aatln
Overlaid Willi aayhlre blue chiffon.
Krom tha Dutch neck, finished with
liny mink fur, the waist parted away
In front with the aldea hematltched.
while the opening revealed a double
lay of the blue. Thla pffeot was re
peated In Ihe lower blouse portion
und at the knees on the aklrt, whera
the ahort tunic overhung the lower
portion. Mink fur ilnlahed the tunic
and the aleevea, while blue aatln com
pleted the belt.
Next thla person sat one In blue
cheruicuaes very much the aame
shade a the one mentioned. The ef
fect was enhanced by aelf i olor blue
brocade velvet tised ua the main
waist portion and aa a side band In
tha fklrt at the knee line. Deep cuffs
on the long sleevea were of the chur
meuae. A very wide Hubeepterre col
lar flared from the neck. A pointed
chemisette lu front waa of white
The wrap I have ahown waa of
dull blue pressed velvet, gatnered
round tha neck from a band of pate
green and gold embroidery, which
oropped a long tab In back. The
effect waa quite odd. The aleevea
were also gathered Into a band of
the embroidery, and the lower edge
of the wrap, which pointed np In the
back, waa flnlahed with a band of It.
The other delightful gown In the
Doremua boa was of gold color char
iBtuee, made is triple pasaler atyle,
pry dlffnllVf. f tyh ami limp.
The plain klmonu Willi haid a low,
round neck, auiToiinded with (Team
lace, which wan also lined for tiny
unileriileeves. Uold frlnv flnlHlicil
the caps of charmeune. A olttlttl1 of
-lull blue and Kold POMI, neMlii.K 01
ihe front of the belt, trave Jutt the
nt-fdeil touch of eontraHtliiK color .
rrom her oft hat ot bin -k Hvet
Kwe.pt a yellow paradUe ft at her,
MISS ELK INS' COSTUME MUCH
aMtnA KathtirlnH Klklna wai Hdmtre T
In a sown of rich amber color 0lDa
charnieiiie. It waa nuule ptrftctly
plain, OB frlncees Hnea. dr.ip'd at
tiie watat line, w here hf wore a tiny
bunch or niAdf Bowtri t tin- muio
Her gown tUc night In fore, hnw
ever, wan more dUOnCttVO. and thin
I mil ahowlnt,. It aum of the new
Nell Hose ied--nnmei ufter our next
l'realdent'a daupfbter, Ml in Kleanur
Wilson. Th wmIhI und upper pur
lion of the aklrt were beautifully
embroidered lit hlai'U, while fhtj skirt,
rlraped In panniar effect, was held in
the front with black chenlilu ball
trlmlnic- A amall aquare i ollar of
filmy lace fell from the ne k, and
plait lns of It trimmed (he loritf
alee ea set from a drop iboulder
Hno. Sable fur miriouiided the Arlata
ond aictt Boiihod thi bottom or t h
aklrt. Her OlUfttl lJt ot Itluck velvet
H a d a ta upe OOl0l '?! plume at I lit
Mra. Keajg-le Vanderbllt looked won
derfully cburmlnK In black velvet,
the upper blouan being of white chif
fon overlaid v. 1th spangled net. With
her was Miss Eleanor, Sears, who '
presented a figure fullv as attract
ive, but contrasting. In an all-white
costume of chiffon cloth. The sleeves
and front of the walat were plain,
while the ihouldofti In .Mrap effect,
wie ernbrofdf retl In white. A high
COtlftf and yoke of Rot whh becoming
to her face, which was hIiriIt I with
n rather bmi.1l black velvet bar, got
on a slant, with a bird of pgr ad Its
on one stda
"MOVING DAYBRINGS LOT
OF TROUBLE TO MR. SNOW.
Voting Millionaire Is Sued for Slan
der When He Refuses to Pay
Damage Hill of 610.
Moving day trouhl a reached a dls-tic-atfing
atane to-day when Jlibrldge
Qerry Snow Jr., grandson of ComDJM'
dure Klbrldgo lierry. appoarrd in Jus-
tire Uugro's purt of (he tfupreme Cottll
aa the dafindaiii In a Blander suit
lieorge Mltrhll, a eollcltor fur the
New York iVntral WarebotlBe and Stor
age f'ofnpany, which did the moving,
gaka $10, "On damages.
The deft tidant formerly lived at No.
Q Hlversldo Drive, but lie moved to
No. 1-6 In 110. That move coat Mr
Hmiw $10. The alleged slander oc
curred, the plalutlff i.arg. - during a
heated argument over the bill. It. R
Halltngton. attorney for Mitchell, In
outlining his rase before the jury, said
I the aollcltur made the moving contruni
I with Mrs Snuw Further, that when
I the furniture was placed In the new
liume he was so plegaad that she gavr
; Mitchell a dlamuml tie .limp fir u pres
ent and aJso luindM him l.i.. to be
distributed unions: the movers.
I.eter. said Attorney Palllnifton.
when the bill for $110 was sent to
Hnow the young millionaire denounced
It ua extortionate and declined to pay
Hnow aaserted Mitchell had taken ad
vantage of Mra. Hnow's ynu thf ulnees
: to Induce her to accapt an extortlon
l ate contract. It Is alleged.
Crashed to Death on Boat.
While helping unload timber from the
steamship Cherokee at Pier M on the
North River thla morning Joseph Cos
tin, colored, of No. MO West Forty
first street, got caught between a team
and tha Bide of the veasel end was
orugnaf, to death.
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BABY IN HIS BATH
ON VIEW IN COURT
Photos of Children of the
Rich Are Placed in
What kind nf h bath tub did Mra
Qrover Cleveland uaa la k'vh ni
babtea their dally dip in? Ami did Ihe
utile dimpled, red-toed darllnga of leir.i
and Uady Curaon uaa thu aimie mike of
These arara aertoug queetlona that
came befoie Hupieme t-ourt Jiiatti-e Mr
OgU to-day. It H is u great day fur t lie
babee--hah plrtuirs and bgby tutia,
baby rallies imuie t, entertain while
the VOUngetera w.-r aiilahltnt. and oilier
mcihanhdl devloaa were on exhli.lt'on.
and at each JuaUca Mot?aJI waa aaked
Tbeae devtcea of the auraery regebad
the guprema Court whan Uawyer s.
Pine, tor Mrs. gargh O. Neali formerly
u tallied ntiraa. win, In van ted .. buny's
bath tUbi asked that the Arm of Best a
Co, he rent rained from BBlHng a too
whh-h he said WBJ almlkir to hers. Mra
Neal charges that the firm la ualng un
fn1 meuns of competition bg represent
ing that It Is veiling the tub Invented
Attorneys for Beet i"o. opposed the
granting of the Injunction on the
ground that Mrs Neul's patent was
twenty-flva years old and that the lw
provided that BUOb a patenl BhoUld not
remain In force longer thun Bevcntcel!
years It whs COUtettded Hint Mrs.
Nea.1 made her hitthtuht, br hurid and
that she couldn't meet the demand.
Tne dt-fendantH explained that they
had aold her tubs up to the time tier
patent ran nut, und thut then, when
EX L AX
The Chocolate Candy Remedy
Ex-Lax ia nof a chocolate-coated tablet it g a delicious
chocolate all through, and you enjoy eating it from beginning
To prove the wonderful remedial value of Ex-Lax make
thia teat to-night:
Eat two Ex-Lax chocolateg before retiring. Thia will
cleanae your aygtem, remove the excess bile from your liver,
carry off all undigeated, fermented waste matter from your
bowela in the morning you'll be cheerful and happy.
lOe and Ms at all druggists.
w am1 , v worn bv
the trade KreW. they began llialiului
luring a similar tub.
The N'eul tub wga designed rliled)
for wealthy babh s and they wei-e used
out only In this country, bill In for
Blgn lamlH. Mr l-'lne exphitned that
i thl unly time Mrs. Neal fulled to pro
duce enough tuba was during the blli
laurd In IIM, when ihe tuutetlale fui
I manufacture were Maiiei! in a train in
I'tiotog-Hpha of hiibles uf the rloli.
BOflia In coHlunii- and oihcrs a bile efi
Jo;, lug their ablutions, were submitted
to .luetics MCnH that he might get
a clear Idea of the two types of tub.
Mrs. Neal named among her BUBtOBMtrg
Mrs. llrovsr I'levelaiKl and Lady Cur
aon. AMBULANCE HITS GIRL
ON WAY TO INJURED BOY.
Both Are Carried to Hospital Willi
l;r.k:tureJ Skulls and
The motor ambulance of the Will
iamsburg lloapltul, going to the aid
of Joseph Haur.islne, a esven-year-uld
boy of Nil 232 North Htath street,
who had been hurt by a truck, struck
and knocked down Jennie Downey, also
eeven years old, si .No. 3M North fifth
Btreet, who had run nut from the slde-
walk to wet. n tha exultement. I'hlllp
Hugcr. the 'linutrcur, at once stopped
gurgaoa Ooidstein fomad that the lit
tle girl'a skuii uus fraaturad ami put
her III the ambulance. Tho Uuuraellie
bov - skull was also fraolurad, and both
children wern taken lo the hoepttal.
i Uoth am In grave danger.
DOG LEAPS 0NBED TO SLEEP
AND SMOTHERS AN INFANT.
Mother Awakes to See Terrier
Stretched Across the Body of
The mother of Nellie, a black and
white f i x terrier In the family of Henry
Mohr nt No. 164 Powell street. Browns
ville, mice saved Mohr and hla batdee
from suffo catlOB when the houae burned
aa they slept. But last night Nsllle No.
'.' wiped out this good reoord by amoth-
crlng one of the Mohr babies.
Mrs. Mohr, her olitldren, Kthel Aaron
and Ckgriaa and the slx-weeks-old W
moil, all slept 111 one bed Nellie wes
accustomed to sleep across the foot of
another bed which Mohr and his oldest
sou occupied i.hM night Mohr waa ah
Kent from home all night, and Nellie,
lacking companionship, Jumped on the
already crowded bed with the wife and
four children. Kurly this morning,
when Mra. Mohr awoke, stoe saw the
terrier atret "hed across the cheat of tna
Infant Ml num. Tha oh I Id waa dead.
In all the
Gillies COFFEE SM
Three Days Only Friday, Satawdajr, Monday
Wbet is tha remedy 'r this
unly so. le praotiMi Bar rear
Tbr.a Day Sal. la held la ghow housawlvee Ihi
in.l th. .oouoiur
or su)ing si wnoiMai.
Broken Coffee Fine
K.i. Wtml.fl. frit,, i sfPg. e. eyaafeaale
Slu.Sa Sale frits ('
Jfc; J Oay Sale
i'hU la our nioat popular! Mlled Ouloeg, Ceyloa.
- . am.u -,,,i Kn Ilrsakfaat. Ounpow
uoffae. e.leg email aaaifw y. Haou, or will
'.ruk.n hsana of high b,(,i your twroiula. Tees
a.sd.s. A uuallty that re :o( ih.ae gradea retail at
u-.ii rur jbo. iou-.
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Notei Selling at wholesale
less than 5 lbs. of coifee. Tea by the pound or more.
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man'a profit vol' TAKE NO RIHK. W. gusrunt.. geoJa is suit or moaay re
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Society- poured In early to the Horse
Hhow Utis afternoon, and the crowd
compared fanorably with that of yeeter
day afternoon, the blgajcat attendance!
day in the Oarden. The attraction thla
afternoon waa the contest of army offi
cers for the ftereeford Challenge Cap,
presented this year by I-nrd Dec lea. II
le offered exclusively to tke uWcetai at
the United H tat as Army and thirty aweeeg
atrtrlee were made. It must be wwag
twloe by the same officer before I
Ing Ms property.
The principal event thla morning
the Judging of haoknry stallions for that
challenge Cup. There were only twaa
oarrrpetltora. Albtn Wildfire, aired by
Polonlue. dam l.ady Kllle. and aweal
and bred Vy Walter Brig-gs; and Oxford,
aire Cadet, dam Portia, and owned by?
WtlHam WtaMe. Oxford ant a leg on the)
cup In Ilia and Aquinas took It laag
year. The award waa made thla morn
Ing to Atbln Wndflre, whom rumor the!
other day aold to Bderard B. i
father of the IIOO.OOO.OOO baby and wbaa
wife le the owner of the tamoua Hope
diamond. Now, It le eald, Mr. MoLeam
only priced the horee and the price wag
A new championship for America wag
created In the class for pony atalllone
The Champion Cup waa awarded la
Horace Jr. in a claaa of wight con-4
tenders, all of which had taken prisea
In previous lineups lu the Show. Lynd-.
hurst Phoaphorue. M. V. Uoodbody'a bay)
atalllon, cam second. Horace Jr. ba a)
bay ttalllon. ten yeara old and etandlng
11.1 hands high.
Following were other blue rlbboa wiuj
For two-year-old trotting atalllona-
For three-year-old sislllime Peter
Monterey; second, Alfred Todd.
For two-year-old Allies Fati Custer
seoond. Princess Mae; third, Anna Qu
fourth, Alrlna Baron.
or atalllone kept for service, four u
more j'ears old Petnr Pilot: escond.
ItobMns Jr.; third. Sir Bobbins, fourth-
Morsjaa's ulft to IJbrnrr at Vmn-
WAailtlNOTON, Nov. 21 A rare vole
ume containing autograpda of all tha
artgnere of the Declaration of Indepen
dence was presented to-day -to the Con
ajroaalonal Library by J. Plerpont Mor
gan. Most of the manuscripts are let
tara written throughout by tha signers)
themselves. The volume la sumptu
ously bound. i
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are to bewitching that one it apt to
neglect tiie more prosaic, perhaps, ,
but more usefuLboots andthoot.
THE TWO EXTREMES aie
well represented at this Exclusive
Women's Boot Shop together with
such intermediate mode It as
Pumps, Colonials and Oxfords in
all the latest models and leathers.
Prices range $3.50 to $100 per
pair a few at $6.00.
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table eapuUee (nun fleet beads Teds sp. iai
huusawlvas the ouailtlae of our Teas and Coft.ee.
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